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What will my 7600 Power PC max out at as far as processors upgrades are concerned?
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There is no a priori max processor speed.  I have a 200MHz 604e in a 7600, and you can put the current G3 cards (233MHz, 266MHz, or higher) in them as well.  The things that will limit you will be the 50MHz bus speed and the 60-70ns memory speed.  You'll also be limited because MacOS X is supposedly not going to run on anything less than a G3, and will supposedly not work on machines upgraded to G3 via a daughterboard.
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